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    (PDF READ) [Historical Ontology] ¸ Ian Hacking I'm a huge fan of Hacking but this collection isn't very good A lot of these essays are about random or uninteresting topics I thought I was going to read about biopolitics but instead was given a LOT of writings on Language and Descartes Which could be interestingbut too often they weren't The one article Making

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    Free read Historical Ontology Ian Hacking î 2 Read & download Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Ian Hacking Very nice collectionBut I'm just happy that this hideous cover made at least some sense by the end

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    Ian Hacking î 2 Read & download Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Ian Hacking (PDF READ) [Historical Ontology] ¸ Ian Hacking 2 12 stars This collection of essays deals mostly in history and how various concepts come into being or emerge through a variety of historical processes There's a huge Foucauldian influence at play and Hacking possesses a much greater enthusia

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    (PDF READ) [Historical Ontology] ¸ Ian Hacking Ian Hacking î 2 Read & download A philosopher reading Foucault to reconsider the relationship between language and reality It is a collection of essays that will be interesting and I think right on reconsiderations of Foucault for those used to reading cri

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    Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Ian Hacking (PDF READ) [Historical Ontology] ¸ Ian Hacking This book is a fantastic collection of essays by Ian Hacking I like his Making Up People but I also appreciate his abilit

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    (PDF READ) [Historical Ontology] ¸ Ian Hacking I find the idea of historical ontology very interesting and I am using the chapter making up People in my research It describes how medical language makes up people I heard him speak and I found his argument very convincing He his a neo Foucault who I believe holds the chair that Foucault held ad the College du Paris

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Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Ian Hacking Ian Hacking î 2 Read & download Free read Historical Ontology S theme and for Hacking's own work in intellectual history emerges in the following chapters which place Hacking's classic essays on Foucault within the wider context of general reflections on historical methodology Against this background Hacking then develops ideas about how language styles of reasoning and psychological phenomena figure in the articulation of concepts and in the very prospect of doing philosophy as historical ontolog A philosopher reading Foucault to reconsider the relationship between language and reality It is a collection of essays that will be interesting and I think right on reconsiderations of Foucault for those used to reading critical theory and anthropology but may just read as abstract to people encountering Foucault or philosophy for the first time I wish there were detailed histories and accounts of practices showing just how the making of people certain kinds of people Hacking argues for happens I think his other books give those grounded details and this is of a interlinking between analytic philosophy and Foucault

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Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Ian Hacking Ian Hacking î 2 Read & download Free read Historical Ontology With the unusual clarity distinctive and engaging style and penetrating insight that have drawn such a wide range of readers to his work Ian Hacking here offers his reflections on the philosophical uses of history The focus of this volume which collects both recent and now classic essays is the historical emergence of concepts and objects through new uses of words and sentences in specific settings and new patterns or styles of reasonin I m a huge fan of Hacking but this collection isn t very good A lot of these essays are about random or uninteresting topics I thought I was going to read about biopolitics but instead was given a LOT of writings on Language and Descartes Which could be interestingbut too often they weren t The one article Making Up People is very different and worse than the article by him by the same name I found online What givesI love you Ian but you shouldn t be letting people publish your books if they re poorly edited This honestly seems like a collection of so so essays I was interested in his other articles he cites throughout the bookMy favourite articles were 1 Historical Ontology 3 Two Kinds of New Historicism 4 The Archaeology of Michel Foucault 5 Michel Foucault s Immature Science 6 Making Up People 10 A Radical Mistranslation 11 Language Truth and Reason 12 Style for Historians and PhilosphersSo I guess 815 ain t badbut could have been better

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Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free î Ian Hacking Ian Hacking î 2 Read & download Free read Historical Ontology G within those sentences In its lucid and thoroughgoing look at the historical dimension of concepts the book is at once a systematic formulation of Hacking's approach and its relation to other types of intellectual history and a valuable contribution to philosophical understandingHacking opens the volume with an extended meditation on the philosophical significance of history The importance of Michel Foucault for the development of thi 2 12 stars This collection of essays deals mostly in history and how various concepts come into being or emerge through a variety of historical processes There s a huge Foucauldian influence at play and Hacking possesses a much greater enthusiasm for Foucault than I could frankly ever muster The essays themselves are hit or miss Most of them are what Hacking calls philosophy as conversation rather than philosophy as problem solving That s a fine enough endeavor for what it is but as a result many of the pieces come as describing rather than doing philosophy There s also a kind of pervasive straining present in some of the pieces in which Hacking has taken a dull and insignificant topic and attempted to circumscribe significance to it He typically fails and so the pieces remain boring and insignificantI did like his talk about different styles of reasoning and their relation to the scientific enterprise He paints a very very general outlook or overview of what an approach to styles of reason might entail but he doesn t go any further than that The brevity of the essay was disappointing however because his thoughts there were really his most stimulating ideas in the book There s another fascinating concept he terms making up people which refers to the idea that certain ways for people to be in a uite literal sense emerge as contextualized in history through a variety social practices Although I do feel as if the idea may be taken too far and I wonder if there aren t alternative explanations for certain made up people suddenly coming into existence

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Historical Ontology
  • Ian Hacking
  • English
  • 14 January 2020
  • 9780674016071